Education Scotland

Education Scotland has a number of resources aimed at helping support learning and teaching. This page is currently being developed.

Making the links... making it work

An Education Scotland resource package to help practitioners and establishments develop a shared understanding of health and wellbeing responsibility of all.

It is aimed at helping all those working with children and young people in an educational setting to move towards embedding it within their work, to develop a framework to ensure progression in learning and to make the process more manageable.

The resource includes two posters and a booklet - all of which can be used flexibly to support the development of health and wellbeing.

The Scottish Government has developed an electronic tool and accompanying support guide for leaders and staff teams in all establishments to support self-evaluation. The 'Making the links ... making it work' resource and the GIRFEC self-evaluation tool complement each other.

Click here to access the resource package.

Engaging with families

The Scottish Government and Education Scotland have launched a website to support parents and communities to access the latest Scottish, UK and international research and evidence around what works to support effective family engagement strategies.

Engaging with Familieshas a particular focus on engaging with vulnerable families and those living in deprived communities, with a view to raising attainment and closing the gap in educational outcomes.

National Improvement Hub

The National Improvement Hub will become a key gateway to educational improvement resources and support. It provides easy access to dynamic digital resources to help you improve your practice quickly and easily, increasing the quality of learners’ experiences and their outcomes. The National Hub also been developed with the aim of supporting a commitment to close the attainment gap. Initial content includes self-evaluation resources such as ‘How good is our early learning and childcare?’ and practice exemplars. 

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